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arts_logo-graphic_genericThe Santa Clarita City Council will decide Tuesday whether to approve a list of recipients of this year’s community services and arts grants totaling more than $155,000.

The city awards money each year out of its parks and recreation budget to organizations that compete for it through an application process.

The city is set to distribute money to 18 community services grants totaling $89,405 and 10 arts grants totaling $66,350.

This year’s grant committee included Mayor Bob Kellar, Councilwoman Marsha McLean, the late Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission Chair Duane Harte, Arts Commission Chair Patti Rasmussen and a city staff member from the Community Development Department, the City Manager’s Office and the Economic Development Division.

 

The following groups are recommended for arts grants:

The Canyon Theater Guild, ESCAPE Theater, the Santa Clarita Artists Association, the Santa Clarita Ballet Company, the Santa Clarita Master Chorale, Santa Clarita Philharmonic, the Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival and the Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra could each be awarded $7,500.

Newhall Elementary in collaboration with the ARTree could be awarded $3,615 and The ARTree Community Center could be awarded $2,735.

 

The following groups are recommended for community services grants:

A Light of Hope, the American Diabetes Association, Back to the War Zone, Blue Star Ranch, the Boys and Girls Club of SCV, the Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley, the Gibbon Conservation Center, Help the Children, Pleasantview Industries, Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry, the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, SCV Mayor’s Committee for Employment of Individuals with Disabilities, Single Mothers Outreach and Straightening Reins Foundation could all be awarded $5,000.

Bridge to Home could be awarded $4,877, Carousel Ranch could get $4,815 and the Santa Clarita Track Club SOAR Program could get $4,713.

In a separate vote, the council could also approve a grant for the Canyon Theatre Guild’s Arts for $7,500, according to the Santa Clarita City Council agenda.

 

 

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